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Helping Students Qualify for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship

By Rachel Kapelke-Dale on September 16, 2021
Topics:  Teachers

If your institution is in Florida, you've likely already heard about the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship. But you may not know that there are testing requirements to qualify for eligibility—or...

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How to Utilize The Educator Resource Hub

By Jessi Books on September 15, 2021
Topics:  Teachers

Whether you’re a new partner of ours or a long-time Magoosher, questions come up!  We want you to be able to find answers to them as quickly as possible, which is why we’ve set up our Educator...

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Managing Cell Phones in Your Classroom

By Nadyja Von Ebers on September 14, 2021
Topics:  Classroom, Technology

Ah, cell phones. Arguably one of the greatest blessings and curses of our lifetimes, right? While it's probably hard to imagine life without them at this point, and they're certainly invaluable in...

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Say Hello to Magoosh’s New Educator Portal

By Jessi Books on August 30, 2021
Topics:  Teachers, Technology

Did you know that Magoosh recently launched a new and improved Educator Portal? After listening to feedback from our partners, we've developed a new portal that should make managing your students...

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The First Year Teacher's Guide to Starting the Year Off Right

By Nadyja Von Ebers on August 28, 2021
Topics:  Teachers

If you're a new teacher who's just kicked off, or is about to kick off, your first year teaching, congratulations! You're officially joined one of the most important and exciting professions on...

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Preparing Your Students for the ACT: 2021-2022 Edition

By Nadyja Von Ebers on August 10, 2021
Topics:  ACT, Test Prep

As we wrap up the summer and prepare for the school year ahead, you may be starting to think about the ACT and what it will look like this year for your students. 2020 brought major changes to the...

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Teaching Life Skills In The Classroom

By Nadyja Von Ebers on July 29, 2021
Topics:  Classroom

As teachers we have the unique opportunity to help shape the lives of our students beyond the curriculum we teach. Yes, algebra and literary analysis and the scientific method are important for...

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College Board Resources You Should Know About

By Nadyja Von Ebers on July 21, 2021
Topics:  college admissions

Depending on your position and responsibilities at your high school (whether you're a teacher, administrator, or counselor), you may or may not have experience with the College Board.  In short,...

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Student Teaching This Fall? 6 Tips for Preparing This Summer

By Nadyja Von Ebers on July 14, 2021
Topics:  Student Teaching

If you're preparing to student teach this fall, congratulations! Student teaching is arguably the most exciting part of getting certified to become a teacher, as you'll be learning how to teach...

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ACT Updates to Have on Your Radar

By Nadyja Von Ebers on July 07, 2021
Topics:  college admissions

COVID-19 threw a wrench in standardized testing plans (and all plans!) for quite some time. But now that things have somewhat returned back to normal, there aresome significant changes to the ACT...

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